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Tiger

The Kings of Asia 

A living masterpiece from the creative spirit of all nature, the Siberian Tiger (also known as the Amur Tiger) is the largest cat on Earth and also the most endangered surviving Tiger species. There are now less than 600 left inn the wild - mostly in far eastern Russia.

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tigers are seriously endangered 

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more tigers are captive in Texas than living wild

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Living Proof

Undeniable Beauty

The Siberian Tiger is absolute perfection. So perfect, that I consider this being to be obvious proof of divinity.

 

There is no way such magnificent beauty could have formed from unconscious matter accidentally. Not a chance.

 

If you see nothing else to stand in awe of,

as if the whole universe itself were not enough of a miracle, then this should be.  

All of my artwork points toward the truth within each living soul.

The beauty of creation, manifest here as a gift to us all.

Caspian, Javan and Bali tigers are already extinct

The Siberian Tiger

Imagine a world without Tigers.

If we don't make a real change soon, this may come to pass. Corporations are driving destruction and unsustainable agriculture which threatens millions of species all across the planet right now.

Every day hundreds of animal species go extinct and many more are facing extinction right now.

If we don't wake up collectively soon and choose to protect nature, we face the loss of these incredible beings forever.

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bad agriculture & logging kills tigers

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LOGGING

IS THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEFORESTATION AND HABITAT LOSS

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Less than 3,000 Bengal tigers remain in India

GUARDIANS

“THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL NEED FOR ALL LIFE ON EARTH IS A PLACE TO LIVE AND SOMETHING TO EAT. ITS TIME WE TAKE CARE OF THESE BASIC NEEDS"

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If we don't act now, our children will lose these

beautiful beings forever. 

 

We should have acted a long time ago, but the second best time to act is right now.

We will never have a better chance to protect what remains of natural habitat than what we have right now. If what remains can be saved then it can grow back and extend far beyond existing limits. We have the chance and the knowledge to do this - do you have the will?

 

There are millions of people right now who do, and they are standing up to protest against destruction of this planet. What we need to do now is unite together with actual regenerative projects.

If we don't start protecting nature's ecological systems and wildlife then very soon we will face more food shortages and famines.

So will the animals.

This is our LAST chance

If the animals are to survive, and our children are to know Tigers in their future,

we have to protect and extend their habitat today.

We have to stand up to government backed logging and agricultural companies. We have to make ecocide illegal and bring every entity that destroys planet Earth for profit to account - until this stops.

We can still create a better world - by saving nature and our shared home.

It is time to stand up for Earth.

OUR SERVICES

Putin created the land of the leopard national park and the 

In 2001, Jilin province established the Hunchun National Nature Reserve, a sliver of protected land running along the border with Russia and south to the small spit of Chinese territory that borders North Korea to the west and Russia to the east. Tiger numbers gradually rose, increasing 15% between 2005 and 2015.

Ten years after the reserve was founded, Dr Ge Jianping, then vice president of Beijing Normal University, and a team of researchers started monitoring tigers in earnest, setting up cameras and looking for each animal’s unique stripe pattern in the images they caught.

Using this data and the access to Chinese policymaking that researchers like Miquelle lacked, Ge was able to advance a proposal for a national park to replace the existing reserve. The new 14,600 km2 park, stretching 60% further than Yellowstone Park, was established in 2017 as a pilot to be incorporated into a new national park system in 2020.

Russia created a system of protected areas that together covered the majority of the leopard range, thanks in part to support from Sergey Ivanov, the former chief of staff of Vladimir Putin. In 2012, these were merged to form the Land of the Leopard National Park, which Darman is deputy director of. That large park abuts the border with Jilin and nearly reaches Amur Bay to the east. Between 2000 and 2018, the leopard population tripled, Yury Darman, director of the Land of the Leopard National Park, told China Dialogue.

Last year, following years of trust building and an agreement by their governments, Russian and Chinese researchers shared their monitoring data for the first time, resulting in an unprecedented survey of the transboundary leopard population, and the first reliable global population count.

At a meeting in Moscow in June this year, presidents Xi and Putin signed a joint declaration that included reference to creating a transboundary park to protect Amur leopards and Siberian tigers, joint monitoring, and establishing nature corridors on the border.

The park, “Land of the Big Cats,” would combine China’s Northeast Tiger and Leopard National Park with Russia’s Land of the Leopard National Park and Kedrovaya Pad Nature Reserve. Putin has already ordered the preparation of the paperwork on the Russian side, and Darman expects China to announce similar moves soon, possibly at the UN Convention on Biodiversity summit in Kunming next year.

In August 2019, policymakers and scientists from China, the United States and other countries convened in Xining, capital of the country’s Qinghai province, to discuss China’s plans to create a unified park system with clear standards for limiting development and protecting ecosystems.

The ambition to create a unified park system represents “a new and serious effort to safeguard China’s biodiversity and natural heritage,” Duke University ecologist Stuart Pimm says.

One of the first pilot parks will be in Qinghai, a vast region in western China abutting Tibet and sharing much of its cultural legacy. The area also is home to such iconic and threatened species as the snow leopard and Chinese mountain cat, and encompasses the headwaters of three of Asia’s great waterways: the Yangtze, Yellow and Mekong Rivers.

 

 

“This is one of the most special regions in China, in the world,” says Lu Zhi, a Peking University conservation biologist who has worked in Qinghai for two decades.

a key question looms over the project: Can China marry the goals of conservation and tourism, while safeguarding the livelihoods and culture of the approximately 128,000 people who live within or near the park’s boundaries, many of them Tibetan?

“China has a dense population and a long history,” Zhu says. “One of the unique features of China’s national parks is that they have local people living either inside or nearby.”

Yellowstone is widely considered the world’s first national park. After it was created in 1872, the U.S. government forced the Native Americans who lived in the area to resettle outside the park boundaries, in keeping with the 19th-century notion that wilderness protection meant nature apart from people. But countries that attempt to establish park systems in the 21st century now must consider how best to include local populations in their planning.

“Figuring out how to achieve ecological conservation and support for the communities at the same time — that’s the most complicated rub you have,” says Jonathan Jarvis, a former director at the U.S. National Park Service and now a professor of the University of California, Berkeley, who has toured the Qinghai pilot park, called Sanjiangyuan.

China has previously undertaken vast resettlement programs to clear land for large infrastructure projects, such as Three Gorges Dam and the South-to-North Water Transfer Project. These resettlements left many farmers in new homes without suitable agricultural fields or access to other livelihoods.

But in developing the national parks, the government is giving conservation-related jobs to at least a swath of people living in Sanjiangyuan to stay and work on their land. The “One Family, One Ranger” program hires one person per family for 1800 yuan a month ($255) to perform such tasks as collecting trash and monitoring for poaching or illegal grazing activity.

Bad agriculture is the worst threat to our planet beside industrial activity. It is completely unsustainable and destructive to the life of planet Earth. People are destroying the natural ecology to profit from food. Allowing food production to be concentrated and industrialised is extremely foolish.

Chemical and industrial agriculture is dangerous to humanity.

Allowing it to continue destroying ecological systems is both immoral and altogether wrong. 

Natural ecosystems are the foundation of all life on Earth.

Without them no human can survive and no farming practice can continue.

If we destroy the ecological balance and cause ecological collapse 

there will be no food to eat.

Nothing can replace natures ecological systems.

No economic structures, nation states or political ideas.

Ecological collapse means we lose everything.

No food for life.

No birds in trees.

No pollinators or bees.

No fruit bearing seeds.

We must protect the ecology. 

A 2006 census registered 1706  wild BengalTigers, and the 2010 version recorded 1411, showing that tigers have been increasing in number thanks to habitat protection, anti poaching laws, national park rangers and support from animal sanctuaries. 

There is a huge issue with small populations producing deformed offspring due to having a small gene pool from which to breed. Animal Sanctuaries play a huge role in protecting animal populations and addressing this issue by providing safe spaces for breeding that monitor and increase genetic variation. 

 

We need to increase tree coverage by planting diverse forests to extend Tiger territories and protect existing habitat. 

It's not too late to change this world. It may be too late if we don't start now. Are you ready to really stand up, for everything you love and believe in? I am. Many are. Join us.   

There is a huge issue with small populations producing deformed offspring due to having a small gene pool from which to breed. Animal Sanctuaries play a huge role in protecting animal populations and addressing this issue by providing safe spaces for breeding that monitor and increase genetic variation. 

 

We need to increase tree coverage by planting diverse forests to extend Tiger territories and protect existing habitat. 

It's not too late to change this world. It may be too late if we don't start now. Are you ready to really stand up, for everything you love and believe in? I am. Many are. Join us.   

over 2000 were killed in the past 20 years

Bengal Tiger

There was great national shame in India when it came to public attention that the national animal had almost been wiped out. Profit driven activity; particularly

mining, poaching, logging and deforestation for industrialised agriculture, being the cause.

Conservation efforts since the 1970s had failed to stop Tiger populations collapsing and humanity faced the prospect of losing one of Earths' most precious natural treasures. Conservationists worked hard to bring the issue to public attention and thanks to the obvious beauty of the Tiger there was public outcry worldwide.

 

This public attention created political pressure that lead to the most ambition conservation goal ever set for a single species. At the first 2010 Tiger Summit in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Leonardo DiCaprio, Vladimir Putin and representatives from every nation in which the Tiger still lives came together for the first time. 

The 13 nations accepted that existing conservation efforts had failed, and committed to the most ambitious conservation goal ever set for a single species – doubling the number of wild tigers by 2022, the next Chinese Year of the Tiger.

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"Conservation of tigers is not a choice,

it is an imperative"

- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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After the 2010 Tiger summit achieved political commitments and funding to double Tiger numbers, Tiger populations rebounded in what is considered one of the best conservation stories in history. 

Thanks to this effort we have actually seen a major increase in Tiger numbers over the past few years .

A 2006 census registered 1706  wild BengalTigers, and the 2010 version recorded 1411, by 2014 this had risen to 2,226, and at the

 

 "conservation of tigers is not a choice, it is an imperative"

 

Revealing an important fact about the Mathematics of population dynamics - population growth, like population collapse, is non linear in nature. 

now recent estimates are closer to 3000. This is the clearest example we have that well supported conservation efforts work. 

 

The Tigers have increased in number thanks to habitat protection from logging, agriculture and industry, strict anti poaching laws, the creation of national parks, effective ranger patrols and support from animal sanctuaries with both breeding and rehabilitation. 

 

 

Bengal Tigers have been increasing in number thanks to habitat protection, anti poaching laws, national park rangers and support from animal sanctuaries. 

In the past few years we have actually seen a major increase in Tiger numbers.  

“Our religion is connected with wild animals, because wild animals have a consciousness and can feel love and compassion — therefore, we protect wild-animals,”

- Kunchok Jangtse, Tibetan Herder

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Mining

Destructive and Unsustainable

Mining is in many ways worse than logging because of the unbelievable disturbance it causes for the animals living nearby.

A once peaceful forest becomes imprisoned by the noise of non stop drilling and digging, heavy machinery and explosives, alarms, whistles, billowing smoke and pollution all ensure the destruction of animal habitat.

We must stop mining in animal habitat.

All mining near endangered species must stop.

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GUARDIANS

“WHY ARE WE STILL FIGHTING FROM THE BOTTOM?

IT MAKES MUCH MORE SENSE TO LIVE IN TREES."

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“THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL NEED FOR ALL LIFE ON EARTH IS A PLACE TO LIVE AND SOMETHING TO EAT. ITS TIME WE TAKE CARE OF THESE BASIC NEEDS"

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"We need to define conservation as a means to achieve development rather than considering it to be anti-growth. I strongly believe that tiger conservation or conservation of nature, is not a drag on development"

- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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"The taste of coal dust lingers constantly on my tongue"

Kripanath Yadav, farmer living in Singrauli (North East India).

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Caspian, Javan and Bali tigers are already extinct

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The planet has never needed our help more than it does today, and thankfully there have never been more people dedicated to helping protect it.

While brave people are arrested just for trying to save this planet others are blocking city streets to surround government and corporate offices.

 

These are the ones who believe in a fair, open and shared society with nature at the centre. They are doing all that they can to create a better world despite the system clearly being against them.

 

We need to support those people.

It cannot be through thoughts alone.

 

Here's our idea.

Our Plan

“Our religion is connected with wild animals, because wild animals have a consciousness and can feel love and compassion — therefore, we protect wild-animals,”

- Kunchok Jangtse, Tibetan Herder

We need to really work together.

This can't be done alone.

Every person must decide,

What kind of world they want to create. 

I want to create a better world.

More compassionate.

More peaceful.

Abundant.

Free.

Nature is key to all of these.

To all who believe:

Live your belief.

It's not too late.

We can still change.

But we must act now.

Millions of people out there care deeply for the animals. The others unfortunately are so lost that they don't. It is therefore up to us who care to try and make up the difference, which we absolutely can - but only together.